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As far as losing apps and having to re-set up home screens there are very easy solutions to both of those problems. As far as apps go, well, first get rooted and download titanium backup and use it to back up all your apps. After a factory reset you can use titanium to reinstall all of your apps as if they were never gone.
For the screen set ups root is not needed. I used ADW launcher which has a backup and restore feature built in. Once you have your screens set up the way you want them (and you can have up to 7 with ADW) go into the ADWsettings and then back up both settings and desktop configuration. After a factory wipe all you have to do is go back into ADWsettings and restore both options, the only thing you have to mess with is widgets but unless thats all you use it's not a pain at all.
There is no try, only do or do not -
Phone reboots are a flaw in the Android platform itself, there is no getting away from it. It doesn't effect everyone, but it is one of the most common complaints of Android OS.
At this point I just accept it, as they are clearly not going to fix it. It's been around for a year now, on multiple phones, with no fix in sight.
Yes actually I went to astro and cleared thumbnail cache and internal chache on SD card. And my phone seems a bit more zippy then before.
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